Getting into the VenueThe Booth Theatre is accessible step-free from street level to the lobby and Orchestra from automatic doors on Shubert Alley.
All wheelchair spaces and companion seats are towards the rear of the Orchestra, which is completely step-free. There are also transfer seats across the section.
The Mezzanine is up two flights of stairs (31 steps) with an additional two steps up or down to each row. Entrance is behind row H, and handrails are available at every stepped row. Transfer seats are available in the rear of the Mezzanine, close to the entrance.
There are no elevators or escalators at this venue.
Customer AssistanceTheater representatives may be unable to assist patrons to their seats, so it is best to attend with a companion where possible.
A wheelchair accessible unisex restroom is located on the main level. Other restrooms may not be accessible or suitable for wheelchair users.
The Booth Theatre provides at-seat service for drinks and refreshments.
How to BookFor those who require special assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theater of any special requirements.
For further information, ticket bookings and assistance please call Shubert Audience Services at 212-944-3700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Orchestra is entirely step-free for all patrons. There are six designated wheelchair spaces in row P, at the rear of the section. Each wheelchair space has up to three adjacent companion seats available to purchase.
There are also four transfer seats in rows L and N, with one companion seat available to purchase each.
The Mezzanine is located up two flights of stairs (31 steps), with an entrance behind row H. Once inside the section, there are a further two steps down per row, with handrails for assistance.
There are four transfer seats across the back of the Left and Right Mezzanine sections, with a companion seat available to purchase next to each. The Booth Theatre Mezzanine is not accessible for wheelchair users and may be unsuitable for patrons with very limited mobility.